Nissan Versa 2007-2016 Key Programming Procedure
The following are the key programming procedures for Nissan Versa for the year 2007 and 2016.
TRANSPONDER PROGRAMS SEPARATELY FROM RKE W/ A DIAGNOSTIC TOOL
1. Sit in car with doors and windows closed.
2. Lock doors with power door lock switch on driver’s door.
3. Put in and pull out key from ignition approx. 8 times or until you see the hazard/turn signal lightsflash.(older models lights may flash after 4 or 5 times) you need to do that in less than 10 sec
4. When hazard lights flash (on 2005 and newer models the gauge needles may jump a little instead), put key in ignition and turn to the acc position. (when your hazard lights flash your car is sending a signal to be received by the remote)
5. Press lock button on the new remote, lights should flash again. If you have 2 remotes, 1 new and 1 old or 2 new ones, please continue with steps 6 and 7. If not, skip to end.
6. Press unlock button on driver’s door, then lock button on driver’s door, lights will again flash
7. Press lock button on 2nd new or old remote. Lights again will flash.
About Nissan Versa
The Versa sedan and Versa Note hatchback are the two body variants offered for the 2016 Nissan Versa. Both come in four trim levels: S, S Plus, SV, and SL. A sporty hatchback, the Versa Note SR, is also available.
The Nissan Versa S level comes with few basic amenities, the most significant of which being Bluetooth. The S Plus model comes with cruise control and a rear spoiler.
The Nissan Versa SV includes a number of attractive enhancements. Power windows and door locks are standard, as are remote keyless entry, a USB port, a six-way manual driver’s seat, and 60/40-split-folding rear seats for extra cargo room. The Versa Note SV hatchback sports a 5-inch color display, a rearview camera, and a cargo area that can be customized.
A rearview camera, satellite radio, push-button start, and a NissanConnect infotainment system with navigation are standard on the Nissan Versa SL model. The Versa Note SL comes with a 360-degree camera system. The Versa Note SR hatchback has a more aggressive external and interior design, sport suede seats with orange accent stitching, and outside mirrors with LED turn signals.
The 2016 Versa has a class-average safety rating. The 2016 Versa sedan received the highest grade of Good from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety in all but one area. In the driver’s side small overlap front crash test, it achieved the lowest rating of Poor. The IIHS did not test the Versa Note hatchback.
Both the sedan and hatchback received four out of five stars from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration for overall safety and four stars in rollover testing. In the side impact test, the Versa Note scored five stars, while the Versa sedan received four stars. In the frontal crash test, the sedan received four stars, while the hatchback received three.
The 2016 Versa comes standard with a review camera and an optional around-view, multiangle camera system. Other than that, there are no active safety features.
The Nissan Versa, which comes in sedan and hatchback body styles, seats five people in cloth seats. There are options for upgraded upholstery, heated front seats (hatchback only), and a driver’s seat armrest. The Versa’s seats are pleasant for short commutes, but they don’t stay that way for long. The back seats provide a lot of headroom and legroom, which is unusual for a small car. The inside has drab style and is built of low-quality materials, which is understandable given the vehicle’s budget.